Traceability and Cold Chain: the Future

Thu 7 October 2021 from 12:30pm AEST

The future of cold chain is a hot topic, with consumer concerns around the potential for costly fallout from weak links.

“There is a mounting background of community pressure about the economic costs and environmental damage attributed to cold-chain system vulnerability,” explains AFCCC Chair Mark Mitchell. “You can be an important part of the solution through innovation, compliance, waste reduction and safety within your business.”

The National GS1 Traceability Advisory Group is keen to let cold-chain stakeholders know how they can help assuage these concerns. To that end, they’ve assembled a strong line-up of experts as keynote speakers, panellists and special guests for this free briefing session, in which the main topic under discussion is the future of cold chain in Australia.

The event is supported by the Australian Food and Grocery Council (AFGC), the Australian Logistics Council (ALC), the Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources (DISER) and Fight Food Waste CRC.

Further information and registration

For more information, contact Brett Henderson, Growth Facilitator, Entrepreneurs’ Programme, on

To register for the event, click here.